Franklin India Short term Income Plan Direct Dividend Quarterly+0.10%

-10.37%
1 Year Return
Debt
Short Duration
3.0star
6M
1Y
3Y
5Y
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Fund Details

Franklin India Short term Income Plan Direct Dividend Quarterly

RiskModerate
Min SIP AmountNot Supported
Expense Ratio0.06%
NAV1133.62 (29 Sep 2020)
Fund Started01 Jan 2013
Fund Size5,134 Cr

Returns

1Y
3Y*
5Y*
Since inception*
Franklin India Short term Income Plan Direct Dividend Quarterly
-10.4%
1.3%
4.7%
6.8%
Category Average
8.3%
5.9%
7.0%
-
Rank within category
28
22
21
-
*All returns are annualized.
SIP
Lumpsum
I want to invest per month5,000
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    1 Year
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    Estimated Value
    as per Historical Returns
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    with -10.4% annual returns

    Comparison

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    Pros
    1. Lower expense ratio - 0.06%
    Cons
    1. Risk-adjusted returns are lower compared to the category
    2. 1Y Returns are lower than the category average returns
    3. 3Y Returns are lower than the category average returns
    4. 5Y Returns are lower than the category average returns

    Top Holdings

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    SD Corporation Pvt Ltd.ConstructionDebenture5.4%
    Edelweiss Agri Value Chain Ltd.FMCGDebenture4.9%
    Renew Power Pvt. Ltd.EngineeringDebenture4.7%
    Andhra Pradesh Capital Region Development AuthorityServicesDebenture4.4%
    Andhra Pradesh Capital Region Development AuthorityServicesDebenture4.2%
    Sterlite Power Grid Ventures Ltd.EngineeringDebenture4.1%
    Edelweiss Rural & Corporate Services Ltd.FinancialDebenture3.9%
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    Fund Managers

    addSantosh Kamath
    Education
    Mr. Kamath is a B.E ( Electronics ) from REC Bhopal and PGDM (Management) from XLRI Jamshedpur.
    Experience
    Prior to joining Franklin Templeton Investments he has worked with ING Vysya AMC, Zurich Asset Management, SBI Mutual, CRISIL and Jardine Fleming Asset Management.
    Funds Managed
    addKunal Agrawal
    Education
    Mr. Agrawal is a B.Tech from IIT Delhi and PGDM from IIM C.
    Experience
    Prior to joining Franklin India AMC he has worked with Credits- Portfolio Management, CRISIL Ltd., IBM Ltd. & Infosys Ltd.
    Funds Managed

    Franklin India Short term Income Plan Direct Dividend Quarterly Details

    Franklin India Short term Income Plan Direct Dividend Quarterly is a Debt Mutual Fund Scheme launched by Franklin Templeton Mutual Fund. This scheme was made available to investors on 01 Jan 2013. Santosh Kamath, Kunal Agrawal is the Current Fund Manager of Franklin India Short term Income Plan Direct Dividend Quarterly fund.The fund currently has an Asset Under Management(AUM) of ₹5,134 Cr and the Latest NAV as of 29 Sep 2020 is ₹1133.62.

    The Franklin India Short term Income Plan Direct Dividend Quarterly is rated Moderate risk. Minimum SIP Investment is set to 500. For units in excess of 10% of the investment, 0.50% will be charged for redemption within 1 year

    Scheme Information Document(SID)

    Not Supported
    Min for First Investment
    Not Supported
    Min for Second Investment
    For units in excess of 10% of the investment, 0.50% will be charged for redemption within 1 year
    Exit Load

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    About Franklin Templeton Mutual Fund

    Address
    Indiabulls Finance Centre; Tower 2, 12th and 13th Floor; Senapati Bapat Marg; Elphinstone Road (W) Mumbai 400013
    Phone
    022 - 67519100
    Launch Date
    19 Feb 1996
    Franklin Templeton Mutual Fund
    Asset Management Company
    Custodian
    Hongkong & Shanghai Banking Corporation
    Registrar & Transfer Agent
    Templeton
    Address
    Unit 301, III Floor, Campus 4B, RMZ Millenia Business Park, 143 Dr. MGR Road, Kandanchavadi
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